Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was handed another life sentence Saturday after a court found him guilty of espionage and leaking state secrets.

Morsi, leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, has already been sentenced in three other cases, including the death penalty for a mass jail break during the 2011 uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak and a life sentence for spying on behalf of Palestinian group Hamas.

The court Saturday also said the death penalty had been approved for six others accused alongside Morsi, including three journalists sentenced in absentia. Two other defendants who had worked in Morsi’s office were sentenced to life in prison.

The sentences are the latest in a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood since an army takeover stripped Morsi of power in 2013 following mass protests against his rule.

Prosecutors argued Morsi and his aides were involved in leaking sensitive documents to Qatari intelligence that exposed the location of weapons held by the Egyptian armed forces.

All of the defendants can appeal the verdicts to the Egyptian Court of Cassation, the country’s highest civil court.

Relations between Qatar, a Gulf Arab state, and Egypt have been icy since July 2013 when Egypt’s then-army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sissi overthrew Morsi.

Qatar had supported Morsi, who is in jail along with thousands of Brotherhood members, many of whom have been sentenced to death on separate charges.

Sissi says the Brotherhood poses a serious threat to security despite the crackdown, which has weakened what was once Egypt’s most organized political group.